Melia Aldeia dos Capuchos Golf and Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the corner and we jumped on, heading back towards Chiado. We stopped at the market for dinner, grabbing another francesinha but this time from a different restaurant. It wasn't as good as the previous one but they're still an interesting dish. It was getting close to sunset and we wanted to get some pictures from the balcony of the sun setting over the ocean and behind the bridge. We made a quick stop by a grocery store to get some bread and wine and made it ...
... a car park, just near our hostel, at 11am. So, on our last morning in Belem, we had time to make a quick trip to the contemporary art museum just down the road and I'm so glad we did! It was filled with some amazing pieces and even works by Picasso and Andy Warhol. I couldn't believe my eyes, asking the security guard in disbelief if they were originals or prints, when I saw the famous Andy Warhol 'Campbell's Soup Can' and 'Judy Garland' on display! It was like the cherry on my Portuguese ...
Lisbon, arrive at campground as buses leaving to the festival. 3days of the massive fest Optimus alive. So power hour then we are in for imagine dragons an arctic monkeys. Crazy big fest! An €3 drinks win! A tour of the city, churches castles an touring on scooter cars.. Didn't pay for extra insurance, cause come ...
... circa 1150; referred to as the Se), which was all decked out inside with large palm fronds for Palm Sunday. Built by Christians on the site of a mosque after Lisbon was taken back from the Moors. Fortress-like exterior with two square towers framing a beautiful stained-glass rose window. From Praca da Figueira (Fig Tree Square), we had some nice views of the castle and Alfama hillside. Then around the ...
In 1755, there was a strong earthquake shattering the city of Lisbon and indebted to all re-building efforts, Lisbon nowadays is still the capital city of Portugal with its magnificent monastery, castle, church and lots to see. Just following the twists and turns of cobble-stoned streets all the way up to St. ...